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The Venus Project


The Venus Project (website) is a research centre in Venus, Florida run by Jacque Fresco and Roxanne Meadows: “The Venus Project offers a comprehensive plan for social reclamation in which human beings, technology and nature will be able to coexist in a long term, sustainable state of dynamic equilibrium.”

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In 1932, Howard Scott and Marion King Hubbert founded Technocracy Incorporated. They were one of the first movements to propose energy certificates rather than money as a way to distribute goods and services and to account for the value of labour. Led by “rational” scientists and engineers, the focus of the movement was North America, forming the North American continental “Technate”.  In Future My Love we focus on their analysis of the dysfunctional “price system” via an old lecture from the Technocracy archives, and feature current representatives of Technocracy Inc., George Wright  & John Darvill, at their headquarters in Ferndale, WA, USA (see website Technocracy Vancouver).

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3D Printing


3D printing is regarded as a new industrial revolution, as it allows de-centralised, bespoke and ad-hoc production of goods. Currently used for rapid prototyping of tools and sample designs, the technology is advancing very fast and has also been applied to medical needs (a replacement jaw for example). The technology also gives rise to a new generation of “makers” as well as facilitating crowd-sourced products, allowing speedy development of design via remote collaboration.

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Free Energy Movement


Free Energy Movement and the Open Source Energy Network are movements which often align themselves with open-source thinking, in this case addressing energy resources and production. They are comprised of inventors and activists who have developed alternative energy solutions and technologies (such as the water car) outside the conventional energy sector and academia. They have been steeped in conspiracy theories. FUTURE MY LOVE visits controversial Swedish inventor Sven Erik Prytz and his Hydro-Atomic Reactor. He does not belong to any official movement. His invention highlights the economic threat of disruptive technology and the reluctance of academic science to verify inventions that question the status quo.

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